(Recasts to include airline provisions, McKeon comment) By Susan Cornwell WASHINGTON, July 25 (Reuters) - U.S. lawmakers said they were nailing down final details of legislation to overhaul the corporate pension system, but differences over airline aid and other issues kept them from clinching a deal on Tuesday. "We're close but we haven't got the language on a number of different provisions," said Sen. Edward Kennedy, a Massachusetts Democrat, after a closed-door negotiating session ...
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